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of this advertising. >>> no sooner did the nationals get into the play-offs and the government threw cold water on fans by announcing higher taxi fairs for the postseason games. but the mayor complained. >> tom sherwood joins us with the story. >> jim, there are going to be huge crowds, but no one expected higher taxi fares. more than 6,000 cabs in the district. none will make extra money with $1 passenger surcharges during the play-offs announced wednesday evening, killed hours later. what happened? you reversed it? >> well, they told me, the mayor made it clear he didn't approve of it. and it's the mayor's program. and so i rescinded it. >> reporter: maybe quickly reversed, but there's still a lot of irritation about the jolt to fans. >> never understood the rationale for it in the first place. but more than that, we have to stop having these knee-jerk reactions in the industry. >> something i definitely would not have supported. >> you're happy -- >> i'm happy it ended quickly. >> reporter: d.c. transportation officials and police are also worried about crowd control, extra staff will be spr
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